Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, more for Brighton Live 2010
Over 100 bands set to play music festival in October
Photographer: Sara Bowrey20 September 2010
Returning for its seventh edition, this year the event will feature a special flagship evening at Concorde 2
on 7 October with performances from The Xcerts,
Munich, The Agitator, Autumn
Red and Jumping Ships.
Ramona, Monsters Build Mean Robots, Iris And The Wolves, The Robot Heart, The Valentines, The Toniks, Tallulah May and Kelly Barnes are also among those performing.
As well as this, Brighton’s Sealife Centre’s ‘music tunnel’ is set to host a series of acoustic lunchtime busker concerts between midday till 2pm on Tuesday (5 October) through to Friday (8 October).
There will also be music-related seminars, workshops, master and the opportunity to do lots of drinking and schmoozing at the Latest Music Bar.
This year the festival are doing things a bit differently with some ‘curated’ nights alongside the festival’s traditional ‘open access application’ policy for local bands to play.
Curated nights confirmed include BBC Introducing at The Prince Albert, Juice FM at Latest, Radio Reverb at Brunswick, Brighton Source Magazine, The Great Escape and international soul jazz diva Z-STAR, all at Latest Music Bar.
For the full Brighton Live 2010 line-up and more check out the official website.